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by Margaret E. Sieboldt
Most of us live by the tenet To see is to believe. But what if the person is blind? The pair of eyes is a gift from God for us to be able to see the beauty that surrounds us. What if the sense of sight was not given to you or was taken away from you? Would you still appreciate the beauty that surrounds you?
Margaret E. Sieboldt, in her book, Sound Talk, shows how she was able to cope with blindness brought about by a condition called retinitis pigmentosa, and how she was able to hear and feel what her eyes could not see. Experience the journey of her senses and find out how her loss turned into an abundant blessing, not only to her but also to others who need understanding and appreciation.About the Author
Margaret E. Sieboldt loves to read, crochet, and talk on the phone with the very important people who have touched her life. Her love for Jesus Christ has guided her to become a dedicated Christian, daughter, wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. She currently resides in Pensacola, Florida.(2011, saddlewire, 30 pages)